Sig P365 XL VS Glock 43X.
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Sig P365 XL vs Glock 43X (with pictures)

Sig P365 XL vs Glock 43X: A Comprehensive Analysis We are living in the Golden Age of concealed carry pistols with the Sig P365 XL vs Glock 43X. Never has there been a better time to be shopping for a concealed carry handgun. That being…
Best Concealed Carry Handguns
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The 50 Best Concealed Carry Guns in 2019 (with pictures)

Why Are These The Best Concealed Carry Guns of 2019? These are the hottest selling and best-concealed carry guns on the market. Tens of thousands of our customers have collectively chosen these pistols over all the other concealed carry handguns…
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Sig P365 XL vs Sig P365 (with pictures)

Sig P365 XL vs Sig P365: A Comprehensive Analysis Without a doubt, the SIG P365 has revolutionized the small gun. It’s an ultra-concealable pocket rocket that packs 10 rounds where most guns can only pack 6. It’s small size and high capacity…
Sig P320 XCOMPACT Review
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Sig P320 XCOMPACT Review (with pictures)

Sig P320 XCOMPACT Detailed Review The SIG P320 could have just been another Glock want to be. It would have been a perfectly fine, and perfectly capable striker-fired pistol in full-sized, compact, and subcompact models. Chamber them in the…
Glock 43X VS Glock 43
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Glock 43X VS Glock 43 (with pictures)

Are you deciding between the Glock 43X vs Glock 43? Glock can often be a step behind the concealed carry market for better or worse. The bad news is they can take their time getting out a little single stack 9mm to compete with literally…
Glock 48 VS Glock 19
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Glock 48 vs Glock 19 (with pictures)

Glock 48 vs Glock 19: A Detailed Review Oh Glock, at one point everyone proclaimed the Glock 19 was the perfect concealed carry gun. Now perfect is relative as its a rather large gun compared to a pocket pistol like the Ruger LCR. However,…
Glock 48 vs Glock 43X
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Glock 48 vs Glock 43X (with pictures)

Glock Adds More Slimline Pistols with the Glock 48 and Glock 43X Another year brings us another Glock! Not that that is a bad thing. Glock has always been slow with introducing new guns, but in the last few years, they’ve stepped on the…
Sig P238 vs Springfield 911
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Sig P238 VS Springfield 911 (with pictures)

SIG P238 vs Springfield 911: A Holistic Comparison What a time it is to be alive and be a concealed carrier. At this point in the great concealed carry phenomenon, there are guns out there for every person of every size. There is no excuse…
Walther PPQ VS HK VP9 Debate
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Walther PPQ vs HK VP9 (with pictures)

Walther PPQ vs HK VP9: A Detailed Review The world is filled with plastic fantastics. Plastic fantastic is an often affectionate name given to polymer frame, double stack, striker-fired guns that are usually 9mm, but 40 S&W also qualifies.…
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Glock 43 vs Sig P365 (with pictures)

Glock 43 vs Sig P365: A Detailed Review Sig’s Fat Mag vs Glock’s Single Stack  The Glock 43 vs Sig P365 are two of the most popular concealed carry pistols on the market. Which one do you have? The Sig P365 is a new category of pistol…
Glock 17
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Glock 17 vs Sig P320 (with pictures)

Glock 17 vs Sig P320: A Detailed Comparison Have you heard of the Glock 17 vs Sig P320 debate? The current handgun market is really based around the polymer framed, striker-fired pistol, most often in 9mm.  Why?  Because of the mighty…
shield m2.0 vs pps m2
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Walther PPS M2 vs S&W Shield M2.0 (with pictures)

PPS M2 VS Shield M2.0  Which Is Better For Concealed Carry? Smith and Wesson sold well over 1,000,000 M&P Shields. The latest version - S&W Shield M2.0 - is even better. It’s that darn good. Walther engineered one of the highest-rated…
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Glock G45 VS Glock G19X (with pictures)

What's the difference between the Glock G45 vs Glock G19X? Glock has been releasing a ton of new pistols lately. Two of them (the Glock G45 vs Glock G19X) are very similar. Are you deciding between them? Both are “crossover” pistols…
Would you choose the Glock 19 over the Glock 26 for concealed carry
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Glock 19 vs Glock 26 (with pictures)

Glock 19 vs Glock 26: A True Sibling Rivalry Glock has a well-rounded lineup of thoroughbreds in their stable between the Glock 19 vs Glock 26. There’s no doubt of that. But suppose you had to pick just one horse to take on a journey. Which…
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3 Things to Do When You Can’t Carry

More and more often, as I do what “adults” do—I go into places where carrying a firearm is not permitted. I can't carry in places like the courthouse, the doctor’s office (one in particular that had a metal detector), the hospital, etc. You…
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2 Ways to Prevent Negligent Discharges

Unfortunately, there are still instances happening of accidental discharges—even in 2018. Which is why all of us need to continue to preach gun safety. But I have two ways to help prevent negligent discharges, or at least make it (hopefully)…
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7 Things to Keep in Your Gun Range Bag

Have you ever trekked to the gun range only to discover you forgot something you wish you had brought? Yeah. Me too. Well, here’s a list of things to permanently keep in your gun range bag so that doesn’t happen. (Some are pretty obvious,…
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The Best Concealed Carry Self-Defense Ammunition

I know that many of you rush to the nearest store when it has a sale on ammo. In fact, I have done it myself. There’s not ever been a time when I’ve heard anyone say, “I have too many bullets.” I’m sure some of the vets out there who’ve…
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The Utility of a Second Concealed Carry Weapon

I’m always writing about how I carry seasonally, well… that’s one of the few reasons why it’s useful to have at least a second concealed carry weapon. Now, I don’t know many people who say, “I DON’T NEED ANOTHER GUN” but here…
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4 Things to Know When You Conceal Carry a Revolver

As someone who carries a revolver 6-8 months out the year, I’ve learned quite a few things on how to conceal carry a revolver. For me, a .38 special S&W snub-nose is my summer carry (which I’ve talked about several times); technically…

6 Tips to Support the Firearms Community

Unfortunately, there are two very different divisions in society when it comes to firearms, those who are for, and those who are against. With the explosion of social media and the continued tragedies that dominate much of the news cycle, this…
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Top 5 Things to Not Do as a Concealed Carrier

Being a concealed carrier is a responsibility and requires that when we do that we conduct ourselves differently than we otherwise would. We talked about situational awareness where the focus is to remain aware, but here I want to emphasize…
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5 Pains Concealed Carriers Experience

For concealed carriers, you may already be all-too-familiar with the aches and pains that come with carrying your gun every day. Which, if you carry every day, Excellent! Proud of you! Now, the pains we feel—some are minor—some are just…
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The Ultimate List of Concealed Carry Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

There are always questions that I field when talking with people in my community. Here’s a gigantic list to send to all your friends who always have a question about concealed carry with links and some of my personal favorites. Note: CCL…
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Verbal Defense and De-escalation: 3 Methods

We have talked, some, about situational preparedness in another post. Now, I want to explain a little about some of the things you should try first before even drawing your weapon: verbal defense and de-escalation. Lawyers and law enforcement…
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What to Do When Pulled Over as a Concealed Carrier

I realize that getting pulled over can stress just about anyone out. But for a concealed carrier, it can be even more stressful because there’s a gun in the vehicle. In fact, being stressed or acting nervous when you are pulled over as a…
conceal carry your weapon in parking lots
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4 Situations You Need Concealed Carry Practice

When we practice to conceal carry it is important to not just simply point our weapons downrange, aim, and fire. We also need to prepare for events, encounters, and situations where we might encounter a situation where we will need to use our…
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Travel Awareness & the "Gray Man" Concept

When I did my concealed carry training one of the key things I was taught and cautioned was this: people live in three levels of awareness and you should be a gray man. 3 Colors of Situational Awareness 1) Green – this is a level where a person…
teach your daughter how to shoot
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How to Teach Your Daughter to Shoot: 5 Steps

Do you teach your daughter many lessons? Many of you are parents—and some of you have daughters. My step-father once told me about the birth of his only child, my stepsister, that when the doctor placed her in his arms the day she was born,…
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Best Gun Malfunction Practice Drills

Going to the range or running a tactical course is one thing (that we all don’t get enough of), but another thing we all could use is incorporating gun malfunction practice. In the real world, if we have to draw our weapon in self-defense,…
using your CCW when someone is trying to steal
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When to Use Your CCW in Defense of Others

First, let me remind you guys that I am not a lawyer and these are strictly my personal opinions based on my own morals, training, and interpretation of the law while using my own concealed carry weapon (CCW). This is not intended to be a legal…
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How Often Should You Change Your Carry Ammo?

How often do you change your carry ammo? Most people probably don’t change out their CCW loads enough. But one thing you should keep in mind is that primers and powder are susceptible to extreme heat, cold, and moisture. The ammo you keep…
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5 Reasons Gun Culture is Not a Fad

There is more than meets the eye when it comes to gun culture in the United States. Gun culture help keep us, the citizens of the U.S., safe. Here are a few reasons you may want to keep this gun culture alive: 1. An armed population is a…
congressman womack at clinger holsters in van buren arkansas
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Congressman Womack (AR) Tours Clinger Holsters

On August 8th of this year, Congressman Steve Womack took a tour of Clinger Holsters' manufacturing facility located in Van Buren, Arkansas. While CEO, Chris Tedder, showed him the newly designed manufacturing gun holster lines, Steve Womack…
choosing a concealed carry holster
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How to Choose a Concealed Carry Holster in 3 Steps

There are easily thousands of different holsters to choose from when it comes to concealed carry. So how in the world do you decide on your next concealed carry holster? Well here are a few strategies to help you: 1. When choosing a concealed…
concealed carry vs open carry users
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Concealed Carry vs Open Carry - 3 Things to Consider

Open carrying a pistol does not mean you are asking for trouble. However, there are a few things you need to be aware of between a concealed carry vs open carry if you decide to carry openly. First, when you are deciding between a concealed…
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3 Ways to Empower Your Lady to Concealed Carry

The majority of people who have a concealed carry license are men; I get that. But, more and more women are getting interested in firearms and self-defense. It’s normal to want your lady, mother, aunt, sister, daughter, etc. to learn to…
big gun in holster
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[Video] Small, Medium, & Big Gun in Concealment Holster

Check out a Small, Medium, & Big Handgun in a Concealment Holster We show off what a Sig P229, Springfield Armory Mod.2 9mm SubCompact, & Walther PPS M2 look like in a No Print Wonder Holster, a great concealment holster for your…
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10 Ways to Improve Your Shooting

#1. Improve your shooting with routine practice Are you looking to improve your shooting? Well, how many times have you been to the range this month? Or in the last three months? I’ll be honest, I haven’t been to the range since February…
Reasons to conceal carry
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10 Important Reasons to Conceal Carry a Gun

There are many important reasons to conceal carry a gun, but here at Clinger Holsters, we have consulted our expert team of long-time shooters and compiled the top-10 most compelling reasons to conceal carry a gun and be secure during your daily…
Kydex Holsters for Concealed Carry
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How to Draw from an Inside Waistband (IWB) Holster

When drawing a firearm from a durable and concealed IWB holster, there are a few things we all need to know. The first thing you should do before you even reach for your firearm: Step #1. Analyze the situation Ask yourself, “Does this…
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6 Tips for Buying Your First Gun

Are you a novice shooter and are buying your first gun soon? Congratulations! You are in luck, as Clinger Holsters has compiled some considerations, tips, and tricks as you search for your perfect fit. Why do you need it? Why do you need…